India and Bangladesh will be involved in two-match Test series. The first game starts on December 14th. Here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the India vs Bangladesh Test Series.
After losing the ODI series, India will be keen to do well in the Tests. Especially with a big series against Australia coming up, India would want to enter the tournament with good momentum gained here.
TV broadcast and streaming details of the India vs Bangladesh Test Series in India, Bangladesh, USA, UK, Australia, Canada and South Africa
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India came back to form at the right time before the Test series. It has been a while since the men in blue have played Tests. Hence, there will be a massive interest in the series. Here is how you can watch it from various nations:
- India: TV Broadcast on Sony Sports Network and Live Streaming on Sony LIV
- Bangladesh: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on Gazi TV
- USA: TV Broadcast on WillowTV and Live Streaming on ESPN+
- UK: TV Broadcast on Sky Sports and Live Streaming on Sky Sports
- Australia: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on Fox Sports
- Canada: TV Broadcast on ATN Cricket +
- South Africa: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on Super Sport
Probable Playing 11 for India and Bangladesh for the India vs Bangladesh Test Series
The availability of Rohit Sharma is still not decided. KL Rahul will lead the team in his absence. Otherwise, India is likely to go with three spinners while Mohammed Siraj and Umesh Yadav will be the pacers. Jaydev Unadkat could also get a chance. For Bangladesh, the absence of Tamim Iqbal is an issue but there are youngsters waiting to step up in his absence.
Probable Playing 11 for India
Probable Playing 11 for Bangladesh
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